Assessing thesaurus-based annotations for semantic search applications

@article{Eckert2008AssessingTA,
  title={Assessing thesaurus-based annotations for semantic search applications},
  author={K. Eckert and Magnus Pfeffer and Heiner Stuckenschmidt},
  journal={Int. J. Metadata Semant. Ontologies},
  year={2008},
  volume={3},
  pages={53-67}
}
Statistical methods for automated document indexing are becoming an alternative to the manual assignment of keywords. We argue that the quality of the thesaurus used as a basis for indexing in regard to its ability to adequately cover the contents to be indexed and as a basis for the specific indexing method used is of crucial importance in automatic indexing. We present an interactive tool for thesaurus evaluation that is based on a combination of statistical measures and appropriate… 
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